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World atlas of seagrasses

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World atlas of seagrasses / [edited by] Edmund P. Green & Frederick T. Short
Green, Edmund P.[1965-]   Short, Frederick T.   
발행사항
Berkeley: University of California Press, c2003
형태사항
xii, 298 p.: ill. (some col.), maps (some col.); 31 cm
주기사항
Includes bibliographical references & index.
표준번호/부호
ISBN 0520240472
분류기호
듀이십진분류법-> 584/.9
주제명
Seagrasses.

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[edited by] Edmund P. Green & Frederick T. Short c2003 0520240472 584.9-W927 보존 서고 신청후이용(보존)
CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ⅵ
Preface = ⅶ
Foreword = ⅷ
Introduction to the World Atlas of Seagrasses = 1
Key to maps and mapping methods = 4
GLOBAL OVERVIEW
  The distribution and status of seagrasses = 5
    MAPS
      1 World seagrass distribution = 21
      2 Global seagrass biodiversity = 22
    FIGURES
      1 Relative size-frequency distribution of 538 seagrass polygons in latitudinal swathe 20-30°S = 14
      2 Growth of marine protected areas which include seagrass ecosystems, shown both as the number of sites(line) and the total area protected(shaded area) = 20
    TABLES
      1 A list of seagrass species by family = 6
      2 Major taxonomic groups found in seagrass ecosystems, with brief notes = 11
      3 Threatened species regularly recorded from seagrass communities worldwide = 12
      4 Estimates of seagrass coverage for selected areas described in this World Atlas = 14
      5 Functions and values of seagrass from the wider ecosystem perspective = 15
      6 Summary of the goods and services provided by seagrass ecosystems = 16
      7 Summary of marine protected areas that contain seagrass ecosystems, from the UNEP-WCMC Protected Areas Database = 19
REGIONAL CHAPTERS
  1 THE SEAGRASSES OF Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea = 27
    MAP
      1.1 Scandinavia = 29
    FIGURES
      1.1 Average(±1 SE) above-ground biomass values for eelgrass(Zostera marina) along the Baltic Sea coastline = 28
      1.2 Aerial photographs of two typical exposed eelgrass(Zostera marina) sites at the Hanko Peninsula, southwest Finland = 30
      1.3 Norwegian eelgrass coverage = 31
      1.4 Map of eelgrass area distribution in Danish coastal waters = 32
      1.5 Maximum colonization depth of eelgrass patches in Danish estuaries and along open coasts in 1900 and 1996-97 = 33
      1.6 Secchi depths and maximum colonization depths of eelgrass patches in Danish estuaries and open coasts in 1900 and 1992 = 33
      1.7 Long-term changes in the distribution of eelgrass(Zostera marina) in the southeastern Baltic Sea(Puck Lagoon, Poland) = 33
  2 THE SEAGRASSES OF Western Europe = 38
    MAPS
      2.1 Western Europe(north) = 39
      2.2 Western Europe(south) = 39
    CASE STUDIES
      2.1 The Wadden Sea = 41
      2.2 Gl e ´ nan Archipelago = 45
  3 THE SEAGRASSES OF The western Mediterranean = 48
    MAP
      3.1 The western Mediterranean = 49
    CASE STUDIES
      3.1 Italy = 50
      3.2 France = 51
      3.3 Spain = 54
    TABLES
      3.1 Examples of general features of Mediterranean seagrass meadows = 49
      3.2 Distribution of seagrasses throughout the western Mediterranean(Italy. France and Spain) = 52
  4 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Black, Azov, Caspian and Aral Seas = 59
    MAP
      4.1 The Black, Azov, Caspian and Aral Seas = 61
  5 THE SEAGRASSES OF The eastern Mediterranean and the Red Sea = 65
    MAPS
      5.1 The eastern Mediterranean = 67
      5.2 The Red Sea = 67
    CASE STUDY
      5.1 Israeli coast of the Gulf of Elat = 70
  6 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Arabian Gulf and Arabian region = 74
    MAP
      6.1 The Arabian Gulf and Arabian region = 75
    CASE STUDIES
      6.1 The Bahrain Conservancy = 76
      6.2 Rapid assessment technique = 77
      6.3 Marine turtles and dugongs in the Arabian seagrass pastures = 79
    TABLE
      6.1 Seagrass species in the Arabian region = 75
  7 THE SEAGRASSES OF Kenya and Tanzania = 82
    MAP
      7.1 Kenya and Tanzania = 83
    CASE STUDIES
      7.1 Gazi Bay, Kenya : Links between seagrasses and adjacent ecosystems = 84
      7.2 Seagrass beach cast at Mombasa Marine Park, Kenya : A nuisance or a vital link? = 88
  8 THE SEAGRASSES OF Mozambique and southeastern Africa = 93
    MAPS
      8.1 Mozambique and southeastern Africa = 94
      8.2 The Seychelles = 94
      8.3 Mauritius = 94
    CASE STUDY
      8.1 Inhaca Island and Maputo Bay area, southern Mozambique = 96
    FIGURE
      8.1 Digging of Zostera capensis meadows at Vila dos Pescadores, near Maputo city = 99
    TABLES
      8.1 Area cover and location for the seagrass Zostera capensis in South Africa = 94
      8.2 Seagrass cover and area lost in Mozambique = 99
  9 THE SEAGRASSES OF India = 101
    MAPS
      9.1 India = 103
      9.2 Andaman and Nicobar Islands = 103
    CASE STUDY
      9.1 Kadmat Island = 106
        TABLE : Characterization of a seagrass meadow at Kadmat Island, Lakshadweep
        TABLE : Benthic macrofauna in the seagrass bed at Kadmat Island, Lakshadweep
    FIGURE
      9.1 Abundance of seagrass species at various depths in the Gulf of Mannar(southeast coast) = 105
    TABLES
      9.1 Quantitative data for major seagrass beds in Indian waters = 102
      9.2 Occurrence of seagrasses in coastal states of India = 104
      9.3 Associated biota of seagrass beds of India = 105
  10 THE SEAGRASSES OF Western Australia = 109
    MAP
      10.1 Western Australia = 111
    CASE STUDY
      10.1 Shark Bay, Western Australia : How seagrass shaped an ecosystem = 116
    TABLES
      10.1 Western Australian endemic seagrass species = 110
      10.2 Summary of major human-induced declines of seagrass in Western Australia = 113
  11 THE SEAGRASSES OF Eastern Australia = 119
    MAP
      11.1 Eastern Australia = 121
    CASE STUDIES
      11.1 Mapping deepwater(15-60 m) seagrasses and epibenthos in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon = 124
        FIGURE : Probability of the occurrence of deepwater seagrasses in the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon
        FIGURE : Frequency of the probability of occurrence of seagrasses within each depth stratum
      11.2 Westernport Bay = 126
        FIGURE : Distribution of estuarine habitats in Westernport Bay : Australia
      11.3 Expansion of Green Island seagrass meadows = 128
        FIGURE : Seagrass distribution at Green Island in 1994, 1972, 1959 and 1936
  12 THE SEAGRASSES OF New Zealand = 134
    MAP
      12.1 New Zealand = 135
    CASE STUDY
      12.1 A seagrass specialist = 140
    FIGURE
      12.1 An example of changes in the historical distribution of seagrasses in New Zealand = 139
    TABLES
      12.1 Area of seagrass in New Zealand estuaries where benthic habitats have been mapped = 135
      12.2 List of locations where seagrasses have been recorded in New Zealand = 136
  13 THE SEAGRASSES OF Thailand = 144
    MAP
      13.1 Thailand = 145
    CASE STUDY
      13.1 The dugong - a flagship species = 147
    TABLE
      13.1 Occurrence of seagrass species in Thailand = 146
  14 THE SEAGRASSES OF Malaysia = 152
    MAPS
      14.1 Peninsular Malaysia = 153
      14.2 Sabah = 153
    CASE STUDIES
      14.1 The seagrass macroalgae community of Teluk Kemang = 155
      14.2 The subtidal shoal seagrass community of Tanjung Adang Laut = 156
      14.3 Coastal lagoon seagrass community at Pengkalan Nangka, Kelantan = 158
    TABLE
      14.1 Estimate of known seagrass areas in Peninsular Malaysia = 157
  15 THE SEAGRASSES OF The western Pacific islands = 161
    MAPS
      15.1 Western Pacific islands(west) = 163
      15.2 Western Pacific islands(east) = 163
    CASE STUDIES
      15.1 Kosrae = 164
        MAPS : Lelu Harbour ca 1900 and 1975 ; Okat Harbour and Reef 1978 and 1988
      15.2 SeagrassNet - a western Pacific pilot study = 168
  16 THE SEAGRASSES OF Indonesia = 171
    MAP
      16.1 Indonesia = 173
    CASE STUDIES
      16.1 Banten Bay, West Java = 176
      16.2 Kuta and Gerupuk Bays, Lombok = 177
      16.3 Kotania Bay = 178
        TABLE : Distribution of seagrass
    TABLES
      16.1 Average biomass of seagrasses at various locations throughout Indonesia = 172
      16.2 Average density of seagrasses at various locations throughout the Indonesian Archipelago = 172
      16.3 Average shoot density of seagrass species in mixed and monospecific seagrass meadows in the Flores Sea = 173
      16.4 Average growth rates of seagrass leaves using leaf-marking techniques = 174
      16.5 Indonesian seagrass-associated flora and fauna : number of species = 175
      16.6 Present coverage of seagrasses in Indonesia = 178
The Philippines and Viet Nam = 183
  17 THE SEAGRASSES OF Japan = 185
    MAP
      17.1 Japan = 187
    CASE STUDIES
      17.1 Akkeshi, eastern Hokkaido = 189
      17.2 Rias coast in Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Honshu = 190
    TABLES
      17.1 Seagrasses recorded in Japan = 186
      17.2 Traditional uses of seagrasses in Japan = 188
      17.3 Estimates of total areas of algal and seagrass beds in Japan in 1978 and 1991, and the percent area lost = 188
  18 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Republic of Korea = 193
    MAP
      18.1 Republic of Korea = 195
    CASE STUDY
      18.1 Recent research on seagrasses = 196
    TABLES
      18.1 Physical characteristics of seagrass beds on the west, south and east coasts of the Republic of Korea = 194
      18.2 Seagrass species distributed on the coasts of the Republic of Korea = 194
      18.3 Habitat characteristics of seagrass species in the Republic of Korea = 195
      18.4 Morphological characteristics of seagrasses distributed in the Republic of Korea = 195
      18.5 The estimated areas of seagrasses distributed on the coasts of the Republic of Korea = 197
  19 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Pacific coast of North America = 199
    MAP
      19.1 The Pacific coast of North America = 201
    CASE STUDIES
      19.1 The link between seagrass and migrating black brant along the Pacific Flyway = 200
      19.2 The link between the seagrass Zostera marina(ts' a ´ ts'ayem) and the Kwakwaka' wakw Nation, Vancouver Island, Canada = 202
      19.3 The link between seagrasses and humans in Picnic Cove, Shaw Island, Washington, United States = 203
    TABLE
      19.1 Zostera marina and Zostera japonica basal area cover in the Northeast Pacific = 204
  20 THE SEAGRASSES OF The western North Atlantic = 207
    MAP
      20.1 The western North Atlantic = 209
    CASE STUDIES
      20.1 Portsmouth Harbor, New Hampshire and Maine = 208
        FIGURE : Eelgrass distribution by depth in Portsmouth Harbor, Great Bay Estuary, on the border of New Hampshire and Maine, United States
      20.2 Ninigret Pond, Rhode Island = 211
        FIGURE : Eelgrass distribution in Ninigret Pond, Rhode Island(United States) plotted by depth for 1974 and 1992
        FIGURE : Change in eelgrass area in Ninigret Pond, Rhode Island(United States) plotted against increasing number of houses in the watershed
      20.3 Maquoit Bay, Maine = 213
    TABLE
      20.1 The area of eelgrass, Zostera marina, in the western North Atlantic = 212
  21 THE SEAGRASSES OF The mid-Atlantic coast of the United States = 216
    MAP
      21.1 The mid-Atlantic coast of the United States = 217
    CASE STUDIES
      21.1 Seagrasses in Chincoteague Bay : a delicate balance between disease, nutrient loading and fishing gear impacts = 220
        FIGURE : Recovery and recent decline of seagrass(Zostera marina and Ruppia maritima) distribution in Chincoteague Bay
        FIGURE : Aerial photograph taken in 1998 of a portion of Chincoteague Bay, Virginia, seagrass bed showing damage to the bed from a modified oyster dredge
    FIGURES
      21.1 Seagrass distribution(mainly Zostera marina and Ruppia maritima) in Chesapeake Bay = 218
    21.2 Changes in seagrass(Zostera marina and Halodule wrightii) distribution in the Cape Lookout area(southern Core Sound, North Carolina) between 1985 and 1988 = 218
  22 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Gulf of Mexico = 224
    MAP
      22.1 The Gulf of Mexico = 225
    CASE STUDIES
      22.1 Tampa Bay = 226
      22.2 Laguna Madre = 228
        FIGURE : Seagrass cover in the Laguna Madre of Texas
      22.3 Laguna de T e ´ rminos = 231
  23 THE SEAGRASSES OF The Caribbean = 234
    MAP
      23.1 The Caribbean = 235
    CASE STUDIES
      23.1 Florida's east coast = 236
      23.2 Parque Natural Tayrona, Bah i ´ a de Chengue, Colombia = 239
      23.3 Puerto Morelos Reef National Park = 240
  24 THE SEAGRASSES OF South America : Brazil, Argentina and Chile = 243
    MAP
      24.1 South America = 245
    CASE STUDIES
      24.1 Itamarac a ´ Island, northeast Brazil = 244
      24.2 Abrolhos Bank, Bahia State, northeast Brazil = 247
      24.3 Ruppia maritima in the Patos Lagoon system = 248
    FIGURE
      24.1 Cumulative number of companion species to the Brazilian seagrasses reported since 1960 = 245
APPENDICES
  1 Seagrass species, by country or territory = 251
  2 Marine protected areas known to include seagrass beds, by country or territory = 256
  3 Species range maps = 262
The Global Seagrass Workshop = 287
INDEX = 288
REGIONAL MAPS
  Europe Plate : Ⅰ, facing = 38
  Africa, West and South Asia : Plate Ⅲ, facing = 102
  Australasia : Plate Ⅴ, facing = 118
  The Pacific : Plate Ⅶ, facing = 166
  Asia : Plate Ⅸ, facing = 182
  North America : Plate XI, facing = 214
  The Caribbean : Plate XIII, facing = 230
  South America : Plate XIV, facing = 231
COLOR PLATES
  The beauty of seagrasses : Plate Ⅱ, facing = 39
  Impacts to seagrass ecosystems : Plate Ⅳ, facing = 103
  Seagrass ecosystems : Plate Ⅵ, facing = 119
  Seagrasses and people : Plate Ⅷ, facing = 167
  The sex life of seagrasses : Plate Ⅹ, facing = 183
  Diversity of seagrass habitats : Plate XII, facing = 215

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